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ADVANCE PRODUCT DATA

Air-Cooled Liquid Chillers

30XA 252-1702
Nominal cooling capacity 270-1700 kW

The Aquaforce liquid chillers are the premium solution for industrial and commercial applications where installers, consultants and building owners require optimal performances and maximum quality. The Aquaforce liquid chillers are designed to meet current and future requirements in terms of energy efficiency and operating sound levels. They use the best technologies available today: - Twin-rotor screw compressors with a variable capacity valve. - Pure R134a refrigerant. - Low-noise generation IV Flying Bird fans made of composite material. - Aluminium micro-channel heat exchangers (MCHX). - Touch-screen Pro-Dialog control system. To meet to all environmental and economic requirements, the Aquaforce is available in two versions: One offers an extremely low noise level while at the same time boasting superior energy efficiency. The other offers unequalled energy efficiency to satisfy the most stringent demands of building owners wanting to reduce operating costs to the minimum. This version is also used for applications in geographical zones where the air temperature is very high.

Features and advantages Very economical operation Extremely high full load and part load energy efficiency: - Average EER of 3.15 kW/kW (high-efficiency option) - Average integrated part load value (IPLV) of 4.20 kW/kW (high-efficiency option) - New twin-rotor screw compressor equipped with a highefficiency motor and a variable capacity valve that permits exact matching of the cooling capacity to the load. - All aluminium heat exchanger with micro-channels that is more efficient than a copper/aluminium coil. - Flooded multi-pipe evaporator. - Electronic expansion device permitting operation at a lower condensing pressure and improved utilisation of the evaporator heat exchange surface (superheat control). - Economizer system with electronic expansion device for increased cooling capacity.

Low operating sound levels Compressors - Discharge dampers integrated in the oil separator (Carrier patent). - Suction piping with flexible connections to prevent noise and vibration transmission. - Acoustic compressor and oil separator enclosure reducing radiated noise.

Condenser section - Condenser coils in V-shape with an open angle, allowing quieter air flow across the coil - Low-noise 4th generation Flying Bird fans, made of a composite material (Carrier patent) are now even quieter and do not generate intrusive low-frequency noise - Rigid fan mounting preventing start-up noise (Carrier patent)

Pro-Dialog control Pro-Dialog combines intelligence with operating simplicity. The control constantly monitors all machine parameters and precisely manages the operation of compressors, electronic expansion devices, fans and of the evaporator water pump for optimum energy efficiency.

Easy and fast installation Integrated hydronic module (option) - Centrifugal low or high-pressure water pump (as required), based on the pressure loss of the hydronic installation - Single or dual pump (as required) with operating time balancing and automatic changeover to the back-up pump if a fault develops - Water filter protecting the water pump against circulating debris - High-capacity membrane expansion tank ensures pressurisation of the water circuit - Thermal insulation and aluminium protection - Pressure gauge to check filter pollution and measure the system water flow rate - Water flow control valve Simplified electrical connections - Main disconnect switch with high trip capacity - Safe 24 V control circuit Fast commissioning - Systematic factory operation test before shipment - Quick-test function for step-by-step verification of the instruments, expansion devices, fans and compressors

Energy management - Internal time schedule clock: controls chiller on/off times and operation at a second set-point - Set-point reset based on the outside air temperature or the return water temperature - Master/slave control of two chillers operating in parallel with operating time equalisation and automatic change-over in case of a unit fault. Ease-of-use - User interface with large touch screen (120 x 99 mm) for intuitive access to the operating parameters. The information is in clear text and can be displayed in local language (please contact your distributor).

Remote management (standard) Aquaforce is equipped with an RS485 serial port that offers multiple remote control, monitoring and diagnostic possibilities. Carrier offers a vast choice of control products, specially designed to control, manage and supervise the operation of an air conditioning system. Please consult your Carrier representative for more information. Aquaforce also communicates with other building management systems via optional communication gateways. A connection terminal allows remote control of the Aquaforce by wired cable: - Start/stop: opening of this contact will shut down the unit - Dual set-point: closing of this contact activates a second set-point (example: unoccupied mode) - Demand limit: closing of this contact limits the maximum chiller capacity to a predefined value - Heat reclaim (option): closing of this contact allows heat reclaim mode operation - Water pump 1 and 2 control*: these outputs control the contactors of one or two evaporator water pumps - Water pump on reversal*: these contacts are used to detect a water pump operation fault and automatically change over to the other pump - Operation indication: this volt-free contact indicates that the chiller is operating (cooling load) or that it is ready to operate (no cooling load) - Alert indication: this volt-free contact indicates the presence of a minor fault - Alarm indication: this volt-free contact indicates the presence of a major fault that has led to the shut-down of one or two refrigerant circuits * not available for units with the hydronic module option

Environmental care R134a refrigerant - Refrigerant of the HFC group with zero ozone depletion potential - 30% reduction in the refrigerant charge through the use of micro-channel heat exchangers Leak-tight refrigerant circuit - Reduction of leaks as no capillary tubes and flare connections are used - Verification of pressure transducers and temperature sensors without transferring refrigerant charge - Discharge shut-off valve and liquid line service valve for simplified maintenance.

Absolute reliability Screw compressors - Industrial-type screw compressors with oversized bearings and motor cooled by suction gas. - All compressor components are easily accessible on site minimising down-time. - Protection increased by an electronic board. All aluminium micro-channel heat exchanger - Corrosion resistance five times higher than for a traditional coil. The all aluminium design eliminates the formation of galvanic currents between aluminium and copper that cause coil corrosion in saline or corrosive environments. Auto-adaptive control - Control algorithm prevents excessive compressor cycling (Carrier patent) - Automatic compressor unloading in case of abnormally high condensing pressure. If condenser coil fouling or fan failure occurs, the Aquaforce continues to operate, but at reduced capacity. Exceptional endurance tests - Partnerships with specialised laboratories and use of limit simulation tools (finite element calculation) for the design of critical components. - Transport simulation test in the laboratory on a vibrating table. The test is based on a military standard and equivalent to 4000 km by truck. - Salt mist corrosion resistance test in the laboratory for increased corrosion resistance.

Remote management (EMM option) The Energy Management Module offers extended remote control possibilities: - Room temperature: permits set-point reset based on the building indoor air temperature (with Carrier thermostat) - Set point reset: ensures reset of the cooling set-point based on a 4-20 mA or 0-5 V signal - Demand limit: permits limitation of the maximum chiller power or current based on a 0-10 V signal - Demand limit 1 and 2: closing of these contacts limits the maximum chiller power or current to two predefined values - User safety: this contact can be used for any customer safety loop; opening of the contact generates a specific alarm - Ice storage end: when ice storage has finished, this input permits return to the second set-point (unoccupied mode) - Time schedule override: closing of this contact cancels the time schedule effects - Out of service: this signal indicates that the chiller is completely out of service - Chiller capacity: this analogue output (0-10 V) gives an immediate indication of the chiller capacity

New generation screw compressor The new generation of the Carrier 06T screw compressors benefits from Carriers long experience in the development of twin-rotor screw compressors. The compressor is equipped with bearings with oversized rollers, oil pressure lubricated for reliable and durable operation, even at maximum load. A variable control valve controlled by the oil pressure permits infinitely variable cooling capacity. This system allows optimal adjustment of the compressor cooling capacity and ensures exceptionally high stability of the chilled water leaving temperature. Another advantage: if a fault occurs e.g. if the condenser is fouled or at very high outside temperature, the compressor does not switch off, but continues operation with a reduced capacity. The compressor is equipped with a separate oil separator that minimises the amount of oil in circulation in the refrigerant circuit and considerably reduces discharge gas pulsations for much quieter operation.

06T screw compressor

All aluminium micro-channel heat exchanger

All aluminium micro-channel heat exchanger (MCHX) Already utilised in the automobile and aeronautical industries for many years, the MCHX used in the Aquaforce is entirely made of aluminium. This one-piece concept significantly increases its corrosion resistance by eliminating the galvanic currents that are created when two different metals (copper and aluminium) come into contact in traditional heat exchangers.

The MCHX heat exchanger is approximately 10% more efficient than a traditional coil and allows a 30% reduction in the amount of refrigerant used in the chiller. The low thickness of the MCHX reduces air pressure losses by 50% and makes it less susceptible to fouling (e.g. by sand) than a traditional coil. Cleaning of the MCHX heat exchanger is very fast using a high-pressure washer.

Pro-Dialog operator interface with touch-screen

Hydronic module (option)

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Typical hydronic circuit diagram

Legend Components of unit and hydronic module 1 Victaulic screen filter 2 Expansion tank 3 Safety valve 4 Available pressure pump 5 Pressure tap valve (see Installation Manual) 6 Pressure gauge to measure the component pressure loss (see Installation Manual) 7 System vent valve, pressure gauge 8 Drain valve 9 Water flow control valve 10 Evaporator 11 Evaporator defrost heater (option) 12 Hydronic module defrost heater 13 Air vent (evaporator) 14 Water purge (evaporator) 15 Expansion compensator (flexible connections) 16 Flow switch 17 Water temperature sensor System components 18 Air vent 19 Flexible connection 20 Shut-down valves 21 Charge valve --- Hydronic module

Options and accessories


Options Grilles Electronic starter Winter operation Suction valve High energy efficiency, high ambient temperature Unit without enclosure Energy Management Module EMM One-pass evaporator Three-pass evaporator Reversed water connections Low water temperature version Low-pressure single-pump hydronic module Low-pressure dual-pump hydronic module High-pressure single-pump hydronic module High-pressure dual-pump hydronic module Traditional coils Corrosion protection, traditional coils Corrosion protection, traditional coils Evaporator frost protection Evaporator and hydronic module frost protection IP 54 control box High-temperature version (Middle East) JBus gateway BacNet gateway LON gateway No. 23 25 28 92 119 253 156 100C 100A 107 5 116F 116G 116B 116C 254 2B 3A 41A 41B 21 255 148B 148C 148D Description Metallic grilles on all four unit faces Electronic starter on each compressor Fan speed control via frequency converter Shut-off valves on the compressor suction piping Improved condenser performance Compressors not equipped with acoustic enclosure See chapter Energy Management Module Evaporator with one pass water-side Evaporator with three passes water-side Evaporator with reversed water inlet/outlet Leaving water temperature down to -10C See hydronic module chapter See hydronic module chapter See hydronic module chapter See hydronic module chapter Coils made of copper tubes with aluminium fins Factory application of Blygold Polual treatment on the copper/aluminium coils Fins made of pre-treated aluminium (polyurethane and epoxy) Resistance heater on the evaporator Resistance heater on the evaporator and the hydronic module Increased leak tightness of control boxes Special copper/aluminium coils and increased leak tightness of the control box Two-directional communications board, complies with JBus protocol Two-directional communications board, complies with BacNet protocol Two-directional communications board, complies with LON protocol Improved corrosion resistance, recommended for urban, industrial and rural environments Improved corrosion resistance, recommended for marine environments Evaporator frost protection down to -25C outside temperature Evaporator and hydronic module frost protection down to -25C outside temperature Increased control box protection against dusty operating environments Recommended for extreme environments: high temperature, sand storms Easy connection by communication bus to a building management system Easy connection by communication bus to a building management system Easy connection by communication bus to a building management system Advantages Improved aesthetics Reduced start-up current Stable unit operation when the air temperature is between -10C and -20C Simplified maintenance Energy cost reduction, full load operation at higher air temperatures More economical Easy connection by wired connection to a building management system Reduced water inlet and outlet pressure losses on opposite sides Increased water inlet and outlet pressure losses on opposite sides Simplification of the water piping Ice storage/industrial process application Easy and fast installation Easy and fast installation, operating safety Easy and fast installation Easy and fast installation, operating safety Use 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1002 30XA 252-602 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-502 30XA 252-502 30XA 252-502 30XA 252-502 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 option 254 30XA 252-1702 option 254 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-502 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702 30XA 252-1702

Sound levels
30XA Standard unit Sound power level (10-12 W)* Sound pressure level at 10 m** Sound power level (10-12 W)* Sound pressure level at 10 m** 30XA Standard unit Sound power level (10-12 W)* Sound pressure level at 10 m** Sound power level (10-12 W)* Sound pressure level at 10 m** dB(A) dB(A) dB(A) dB(A) 94 61 98 65 96 63 99 65 95 62 98 65 96 63 99 66 96 63 100 67 96 63 99 66 97 64 100 67 97 63 100 67 97 64 100 67 97 63 101 67 dB(A) dB(A) dB(A) dB(A) 90 58 94 62 852 90 58 94 62 902 90 58 94 62 1002 91 59 95 63 1102 93 61 96 64 1202 92 59 96 63 1302 94 61 97 64 1352 92 59 96 64 1402 95 62 98 66 1502 95 62 98 65 1702 252 302 352 402 452 502 602 702 752 802

High efficiency/temperature version (option)

High efficiency/temperature version (option)

* In accordance with ISO 9614-1 and certified by Eurovent ** Average sound pressure level, unit in a free field on a reflective surface

Evaporator water temperature

Operating limits
C Minimum Maximum 45 21 15 6.8 4

Water entering temperature at start-up Water entering temperature during operation Water leaving temperature during operation

Note: If the leaving water temperature is below 4C, a glycol/water solution or the frost protection option must be used.

Condenser air temperature


C Minimum Storage Operation Standard unit With winter operation option (No. 28) Operation Standard low-noise unit High efficiency/temperature version -20 -10 -20 Maximum 68 46* 55**

Note: If the air temperature is below 3C, a glycol/water solution or the frost protection option must be used. * Full or part-load operation, depending on the model ** Part-load operation

Physical data
30XA Nominal cooling capacity* Standard unit High-efficiency/high-temperature version (option) Operating weight** Unit with MCHX heat exchanger Unit with copper/aluminium coil (option 254) Refrigerant Circuit A Circuit B Circuit A (copper/aluminium coil, option 254) Circuit B (copper/aluminium coil, option 254) Compressors Circuit A Circuit B Minimum capacity Control Condensers Fans Quantity Unit with MCHX heat exchanger Unit with copper/aluminium coil (option 254) Evaporator Water content Maximum operating pressure Water connections Diameter Outside diameter 30XA Nominal cooling capacity* Standard unit High-efficiency/high-temperature version (option) Operating weight** Unit with MCHX heat exchanger Unit with copper/aluminium coil (option 254) Refrigerant Circuit A Circuit B Circuit C Circuit D Circuit A (copper/aluminium coil, option 254) Circuit B (copper/aluminium coil, option 254) Circuit C (copper/aluminium coil, option 254) Circuit D (copper/aluminium coil, option 254) Compressors Circuit A Circuit B Circuit C Circuit D Minimum capacity Control Condensers Fans Quantity Unit with MCHX heat exchanger Unit with copper/aluminium coil (option 254) Evaporator Water content Maximum operating pressure Water connections Diameter Outside diameter l kPa in mm kW 797 828 kg 7137 7842 kg kg kg kg kg kg kg kg R134a 77 66 120 98 7419 8590 70 75 110 110 8022 8836 77 84 130 125 9847 10877 69 66 97 102 96 120 10282 11294 80 66 97 112 96 120 10665 11650 84 68 97 110 96 120 10996 12018 84 71 93 110 105 120 1 1 1 9 12011 13207 100 85 97 130 110 120 1 1 1 9 12155 13365 90 85 97 130 125 120 1 1 1 10 14279 15689 77 66 77 66 120 98 120 98 1 1 1 1 6 856 890 952 989 1050 1089 1147 1191 1237 1292 1307 1368 1366 1420 1415 1474 1593 1657 l kPa in mm kW 264 269 kg 3551 3871 kg kg kg kg R134a 36 38 60 64 3597 3903 37 38 55 56 3632 4427 37 39 70 56 4454 4865 53 37 85 56 4524 4931 54 39 85 56 4992 5499 63 39 102 56 5868 6474 62 62 102 88 1 1 14 6022 6641 62 66 102 105 1 1 15 6304 7402 70 62 110 88 1 1 11 6601 7716 70 62 112 98 1 1 13 288 294 314 320 381 389 432 447 486 503 591 610 649 670 697 719 754 784 252 302 352 402 452 502 602 702 752 802

06T semi-hermetic screw compressors, 50 r/s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 15 14 15 11 11 10 PRO-DIALOG, electronic expansion valve (EXV) Aluminium micro-channel heat exchanger Flying Bird IV 6 6 6 6 6 7 8 8 66 1000 5 141.3 1102 8 8 70 1000 5 141.3 1202 9 9 77 1000 5 141.3 1302

11 11 79 1000 5 141.3 1352

12 12 94 1000 6 168.3 1402

12 13 98 1000 6 168.3 1502

12 13 119 1000 6 168.3 1702

Flooded multi-pipe type 58 61 61 1000 1000 1000 Victaulic 5 5 141.3 141.3 852 902 5 141.3 1002

06T semi-hermetic screw compressors, 50 r/s 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 12 15 15 7 7 7 PRO-DIALOG, electronic expansion valve (EXV) Aluminium micro-channel heat exchanger Flying Bird IV 14 14 14 15 16 16 19 19 168 1000 6 168.3 20 20 182 1000 6 168.3 20 20 203 1000 6 168.3

20 20 224 1000 6/8 168.3/ 219.1

24 24 230 1000 6/8 168.3/ 219.1

24 24 240 1000 6/8 168.3/ 219.1

28 28 240 1000 6 168.3

Flooded multi-pipe type 119 130 140 1000 1000 1000 Victaulic 6 6 168.3 168.3 8 219.1

* Nominal conditions: evaporator entering/leaving water temperature = 12C/7C. Outdoor air temperature = 35C, evaporator fouling factor = 0.000018 m2 K/W ** Weights are guidelines only. Note: Unit sizes 30XA 1402 to 1702 are supplied in two field-assembled modules.

Electrical data
30XA Power circuit Nominal power supply Voltage range Maximum supply cable section Circuits A + B Short circuit holding current (rms) Circuits A + B Control circuit Standard unit Maximum start-up current, circuits A + B* Nominal start-up current, circuits A + B** Cosine Phi (maximum)* Cosine Phi (nominal)** Maximum power input, circuits A + B* Nominal unit current draw, circuits A + B** Full load unit current draw (Un), circuits A + B*** Maximum unit current draw (Un 10%)**** Circuits A + B High-efficiency/high-temperature version (option) Maximum start-up current, circuits A + B* Nominal start-up current, circuits A + B** Cosine Phi (maximum)* Cosine Phi (nominal)** Maximum power input, circuits A + B* Nominal unit current draw, circuits A + B** Full load unit current draw (Un), circuits A + B*** Maximum unit current draw (Un 10%)**** Circuits A + B kW A A A A A 267 247 0.88 0.84 118 154 194 216 267 247 0.88 0.85 132 171 216 240 289 264 0.89 0.85 146 188 238 264 400 380 0.88 0.84 166 217 274 304 507 482 0.88 0.84 189 245 310 345 507 482 0.89 0.85 208 268 338 376 579 539 0.88 0.84 251 325 411 457 608 562 0.89 0.85 270 348 439 488 778 738 0.88 0.84 303 391 496 552 803 757 0.89 0.85 319 411 521 579 kW A A A A A 262 248 0.88 0.86 112 156 184 205 262 248 0.89 0.86 126 174 206 229 284 266 0.89 0.86 141 192 227 253 395 381 0.88 0.85 159 220 260 289 502 484 0.89 0.86 182 250 296 329 502 484 0.89 0.86 200 273 323 359 571 542 0.89 0.86 241 331 392 436 597 565 0.89 0.86 259 354 419 465 770 741 0.89 0.85 292 401 476 529 795 762 0.89 0.86 308 422 501 556 V-ph-Hz V mm2 1 x 240/ 1 x 240/ 1 x 240/ 2 x 240 2 x 240 2 x 240 3 x 240 3 x 240 4 x 240 4 x 240 2 x 150 2 x 150 2 x 150 kA 38 38 38 38 38 38 50 50 50 50 24 V via internal transformer 252 400-3-50 360-440 302 352 402 452 502 602 702 752 802

Hydronic module (option)


30XA Single or dual low-pressure pump Motor power Power input Maximum current draw Single or dual high-pressure pump Motor power Power input Maximum current draw
* At maximum operating conditions ** At nominal operating conditions: air 35C, water 12/7C *** Maximum current draw at nominal voltage **** Maximum current draw at nominal voltage 10% Values given on the unit name plate

252 kW kW A kW kW A 2.2 2.8 4.7 4 5.1 8.2

302 2.2 2.8 4.7 5.5 7.2 11.7

352 3 3.9 6.4 5.5 7.2 11.7

402 4 5.1 8.2 7.5 9.2 15

452 4 5.1 8.2 11 13.2 21.2

502 5.5 7.2 11.7 11 13.2 21.2

Electrical data
30XA Power circuit Nominal power supply Voltage range Maximum supply cable section Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Short circuit holding current (rms) Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Control circuit Standard unit Maximum start-up current* Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Nominal start-up current** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Cosine Phi (maximum)* Cosine Phi (nominal)** Maximum power input* Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Nominal unit current draw** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Full load unit current draw (Un)*** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Maximum unit current draw (Un 10%)**** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D High-efficiency/high-temperature version (option) Maximum start-up current* Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Nominal start-up current** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Cosine Phi (maximum)* Cosine Phi (nominal)** Maximum power input* Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Nominal unit current draw** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Full load unit current draw (Un)*** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D Maximum unit current draw (Un 10%)**** Circuits A + B Circuits C + D
* At maximum operating conditions ** At nominal operating conditions: air 35C, water 12/7C *** Maximum current draw at nominal voltage **** Maximum current draw at nominal voltage 10% Values given on the unit name plate Note: Unit sizes 30XA 1102 to 1702 have two power connection points (circuits A + B and circuits C + D).

852 V-ph-Hz V mm2 400-3-50 360-440

902

1002

1102

1202

1302

1352

1402

1502

1702

5 x 240 6 x 240 6 x 240 3 x 240 4 x 240 4 x 240 6 x 240 6 x 240 6 x 240 5 x 240 3 x 240 3 x 240 3 x 240 3 x 240 3 x 240 3 x 240 5 x 240 kA 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

24 V via internal transformer A 796 A 764 0.89 0.86 kW 343 A 467 A 554 616 586 652 689 766 392 345 436 383 476 345 529 383 550 345 611 383 634 343 704 381 640 345 711 383 689 345 766 383 554 554 616 616 494 581 331 290 401 290 463 290 534 288 539 290 581 290 467 467 360 427 241 214 292 214 341 214 392 213 394 214 427 214 259 259 834 0.89 0.85 877 0.90 0.86 542 587 0.89 0.86 741 587 0.89 0.86 762 587 0.90 0.87 832 587 0.89 0.86 834 587 0.89 0.86 877 587 0.90 0.86 764 764 0.89 0.86 880 932 571 587 770 587 795 587 878 587 880 587 932 587 796 796

A 807 A 761 0.89 0.85 kW 356 A 456 A 578 642 610 678 716 796 411 358 457 398 496 358 552 398 571 358 634 398 656 355 729 394 667 358 741 398 716 358 796 398 578 578 642 642 481 564 325 282 391 282 449 282 515 278 526 282 564 282 456 456 372 442 251 221 303 221 352 221 404 219 409 221 442 221 270 270 827 0.88 0.84 869 0.89 0.85 539 587 0.88 0.85 738 587 0.88 0.85 757 587 0.89 0.85 824 587 0.89 0.85 827 587 0.89 0.85 869 587 0.89 0.85 774 761 0.89 0.85 892 945 579 587 778 587 803 587 889 587 892 587 945 587 807 807

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30XA 252-302-352

141.3 Victaulic type 75

Dimensions/clearances

141.3 Victaulic type 75

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Recommended space for evaporator tube removal

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

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141.3 Victaulic type 75

Dimensions/clearances

141.3 Victaulic type 75

30XA 402-452 30XA 352 with copper/aluminium coils (options 254/255)

5/8 SAE M flare

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Recommended space for evaporator tube removal

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

30XA 502

141.3 Victaulic type 75

Dimensions/clearances

141.3 Victaulic type 75

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Recommended space for evaporator tube removal

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

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14 30XA 602-702-752-802
F Victaulic type 75 C E Victaulic type 75

Dimensions/clearances

30XA A B C D E F

602 356 272 438 2852 141.3 141.3

702 372 242 438 2852 168.3 168.3

752 372 242 438 2852 168.3 168.3

802 325 284 438 2838 168.3 168.3

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Recommended space for evaporator tube removal

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

168.3 Victaulic type 75

30XA 852-902 30XA 752-802 with copper/aluminium coils (options 254/255)

Dimensions/clearances

168.3 Victaulic type 75

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Recommended space for evaporator tube removal

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

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F Victaulic type 75 E Victaulic type 75 C

Dimensions/clearances

30XA 1002 30XA 902 with copper/aluminium coils (options 254/255)

5/8 SAE M flare

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

30XA 1102-1352

View F
H

Dimensions/clearances

View F

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Recommended space for evaporator tube removal

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

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Module 2

18 30XA 1402-1502 module 1/2

Dimensions/clearances

219.1 Victaulic type 75 219.1 Victaulic type 75 5/8 SAE M flare

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

30XA 1402-1502 module 2/2

Dimensions/clearances

168.3 Victaulic type 75

5/8 SAE M flare 168.3 Victaulic type 75

Module 1
Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request. Unit sizes 1402-1502 are supplied in two fieldassembled modules (connection pipe completion to be done by the installer).

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Module 2

20 30XA 1702 module 1/2

Dimensions/clearances

168.3 Victaulic type 75 168.3 Victaulic type 75

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Recommended space for evaporator tube removal

Water inlet

Water outlet NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

30XA 1702 module 2/2

Dimensions/clearances

168.3 Victaulic type

168.3 Victaulic type

Module 1

Legend: All dimensions are given in mm. Required clearances for maintenance and air flow

Water inlet

Water outlet

NOTE: Drawings are not contractually binding. Before designing an installation, consult the certified dimensional drawings, available on request.

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Unit size 1702 is supplied in two field-assembled modules (connection pipe completion to be done by the installer).

Cooling capacities
Standard unit, LWT = 7C
Air temperature, C 25 30XA CAP kW 252 302 352 402 452 502 602 702 752 802 852 902 1002 1102 1202 1302 1352 1402 1502 1702 281 306 334 407 465 523 633 695 745 808 854 917 1017 1124 1227 1329 1403 1463 1519 1709 30 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 68.8 77.8 84.0 95.2 114.1 124.6 153.4 164.6 188.0 207.4 210.7 237.1 257.4 279.1 315.6 353.2 395.8 368.7 385.7 421.4 73.3 82.3 88.5 101.2 120.1 131.4 161.7 173.6 197.0 216.4 221.2 247.6 269.4 293.3 330.6 368.2 410.8 386.7 403.7 442.4 13.4 14.6 16.0 19.5 22.2 25.0 30.2 33.2 35.6 38.6 40.8 43.8 48.6 53.7 58.6 63.5 67.0 69.9 72.6 81.7 16 16 19 36 40 39 49 39 40 37 41 39 37 41 43 46 42 45 47 60 272 295 322 395 449 505 613 673 721 782 826 887 985 1088 1188 1284 1355 1416 1468 1652 35 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 75.6 85.5 92.7 104.4 125.4 137.1 168.5 180.8 205.9 227.2 231.1 259.4 282.6 306.2 345.9 387.0 433.7 403.7 422.5 462.1 80.1 90.0 97.2 110.4 131.4 143.8 176.8 189.8 214.9 236.2 241.6 269.9 294.6 320.5 360.9 402.0 448.7 421.7 440.5 483.1 13.0 14.1 15.4 18.9 21.4 24.1 29.3 32.1 34.5 37.4 39.5 42.4 47.1 52.0 56.8 61.3 64.8 67.7 70.2 78.9 15 15 18 34 37 36 46 36 37 34 38 36 35 38 40 43 39 43 44 56 264 288 314 381 432 486 591 649 697 754 797 856 952 1050 1147 1237 1307 1366 1415 1593 40 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 81.2 92.7 100.9 114.5 137.3 150.4 184.9 198.5 225.4 248.9 253.4 283.9 310.6 335.9 379.1 424.3 475.4 442.5 462.9 506.8 85.7 97.2 105.4 120.5 143.3 157.2 193.1 207.5 234.4 257.9 263.9 294.4 322.6 350.2 394.1 439.3 490.4 460.5 480.9 527.8 12.6 13.8 15.0 18.2 20.6 23.2 28.2 31.0 33.3 36.0 38.1 40.9 45.5 50.2 54.8 59.1 62.5 65.3 67.6 76.1 14.1 14.3 16.7 31.66 34.5 33.7 42.5 33.8 34.9 32 35.3 33.8 32.6 35.4 37.3 40.3 36.5 39.6 40.9 51.9 254 275 294 371 415 465 570 622 668 719 770 821 915 1014 1109 1191 1240 1322 1369 1540 46 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 87.7 98.5 109.4 125.3 151.1 164.7 203.4 217.7 250.9 276.4 279.8 314.1 341.2 369.6 418.2 467.5 506.8 488.3 510.4 559.7 92.2 103.0 113.9 131.3 157.1 171.5 211.7 226.7 259.9 285.4 290.3 324.6 353.2 383.8 433.2 482.5 521.8 506.3 528.4 580.7 12.1 13.1 14.0 17.7 19.8 22.2 27.3 29.7 31.9 34.4 36.8 39.2 43.7 48.5 53.0 56.9 59.2 63.1 65.4 73.7 13 13 15 30 32 31 40 31 32 29 33 31 30 33 35 38 33 38 39 51 238 258 274 350 393 441 540 591 615 627 714 730 834 967 1028 1034 1039 1217 1243 1428 COMP UNIT COOL COOL kW kW l/s kPa 98.2 111.6 123.8 140.0 168.3 185.4 226.0 244.0 261.4 259.4 299.2 304.8 349.8 416.7 439.0 431.6 439.7 509.9 521.2 598.5 102.7 116.1 128.3 146.0 174.3 192.2 234.3 253.0 270.4 268.4 309.7 315.3 361.8 430.9 454.0 446.6 454.7 527.9 539.2 619.5 11.4 12.3 13.1 16.7 18.8 21.1 25.8 28.2 29.4 29.9 34.1 34.9 39.8 46.2 49.1 49.4 49.7 58.2 59.4 68.3 12 12 13 27 29 28 36 28 28 23 29 25 26 30 30 29 24 32 32 43

High-efficiency/high-temperature unit (option 119) - LWT = 7C


Air temperature, C 25 30XA CAP kW 252 302 352 402 452 502 602 702 752 802 852 902 1002 1102 1202 1302 1352 1402 1502 1702 286 314 341 412 475 534 646 710 759 830 876 938 1048 1148 1257 1374 1459 1500 1561 1752 30 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 64.0 71.2 78.5 90.0 106.0 115.8 142.9 153.2 176.5 192.6 194.9 220.7 237.3 259.0 291.7 321.8 358.8 341.3 363.0 389.7 73.6 80.8 88.1 102.8 118.8 130.2 160.5 172.4 195.7 211.8 217.3 243.1 262.9 289.4 323.7 353.8 390.8 379.7 401.4 434.5 13.6 15.0 16.3 19.7 22.7 25.5 30.9 33.9 36.3 39.7 41.9 44.8 50.1 54.9 60.1 65.7 69.7 71.7 74.6 83.7 16 17 20 37 42 41 51 40 41 39 43 41 40 42 45 50 45 48 50 63 277 304 331 401 461 518 628 690 738 806 852 913 1018 1117 1223 1335 1418 1458 1518 1703 35 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 70.3 78.3 86.5 98.7 116.4 127.3 156.7 168.2 192.9 210.5 213.4 240.8 259.3 283.8 319.1 352.0 392.1 373.0 396.7 426.8 79.9 87.9 96.1 111.5 129.2 141.7 174.3 187.4 212.1 229.7 235.8 263.2 284.9 314.2 351.1 384.0 424.1 411.4 435.1 471.6 13.2 14.5 15.8 19.1 22.0 24.8 30.0 33.0 35.3 38.5 40.7 43.6 48.7 53.4 58.4 63.8 67.8 69.7 72.5 81.4 16 16 19 35 39 38 48 38 39 37 40 38 37 40 42 47 43 45 47 59 269 294 320 389 447 503 610 670 719 784 828 890 989 1089 1191 1292 1368 1420 1474 1657 40 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 77.2 85.8 95.0 108.3 127.7 139.6 171.6 183.8 210.9 230.0 233.8 263.7 284.2 309.6 349.6 386.0 430.5 407.8 434.0 467.6 86.8 95.4 104.6 121.1 140.5 154.0 189.2 203.0 230.1 249.2 256.2 286.1 309.8 340.0 381.6 418.0 462.5 446.2 472.4 512.4 12.9 14.1 15.3 18.6 21.4 24.0 29.2 32.0 34.4 37.5 39.6 42.5 47.2 52.0 56.9 61.7 65.4 67.9 70.4 79.2 14.6 14.9 17.4 33.0 36.9 36.1 45.3 36.1 37.1 34.6 38.2 36.5 35.2 38.1 40.2 43.9 40.0 42.8 44.4 56.1 257 281 301 376 428 482 591 648 693 750 801 853 955 1052 1151 1247 1320 1376 1422 1602 46 COMP UNIT COOL COOL CAP kW kW l/s kPa kW 84.4 94.0 102.9 119.7 140.7 154.2 188.4 202.6 230.9 252.4 258.4 287.6 314.0 342.5 384.9 426.2 473.5 451.0 469.1 518.9 93.4 103.0 111.9 131.7 152.7 167.7 204.9 220.6 248.9 270.4 279.4 308.6 338.0 371.0 414.9 456.2 503.5 487.0 505.1 560.9 12.3 13.4 14.4 18.0 20.5 23.0 28.3 31.0 33.1 35.8 38.3 40.8 45.6 50.3 55.0 59.6 63.1 65.7 68.0 76.7 14 14 16 31 34 33 43 34 35 32 36 34 33 36 38 41 37 40 42 53 241 263 285 359 411 461 567 621 663 720 764 819 912 1009 1103 1184 1228 1315 1362 1564 COMP UNIT COOL COOL kW kW l/s kPa 94.0 104.6 114.6 132.9 157.1 172.5 211.2 227.4 258.5 283.5 288.7 323.7 357.0 391.0 438.4 479.3 517.2 510.7 535.1 630.7 103.3 113.9 123.9 144.9 169.1 186.0 227.7 245.4 276.5 301.5 309.7 344.7 381.8 420.4 469.4 510.3 548.2 548.0 572.3 674.1 11.9 13.0 14.1 17.2 19.6 22.0 27.1 29.6 31.7 34.4 36.5 39.1 43.7 48.2 52.7 56.6 58.6 62.8 65.3 75.5 12 12 14 28 31 30 40 31 31 29 32 31 30 33 34 37 32 36 38 43

Legend: LWT CAP kW COMP kW UNIT kW COOL l/s COOL kPa

Leaving water temperature Cooling capacity Compressor power input Unit power input (compressors, fans and control circuit) Evaporator water flow rate Evaporator pressure drop

Application data: Standard units, refrigerant: R134a Evaporator temperature rise: 5 K Evaporator fluid: chilled water Fouling factor: 0.18 x 10-4 (m2 K)/W Performances in accordance with EN 14511.

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Part load performances


With the rapid increase in energy costs and the care about environmental impacts of electricity production, power consumption of air conditioning equipment has become an important topic. The energy efficiency of a liquid chiller at full load is rarely representative of the actual performance of the units, as on average a chiller works less than 5% of the time at full load. IPLV (in accordance with ARI 550/590-98) The IPLV (integrated part load value) allows evaluation of the average energy efficiency based on four operating conditions defined by the ARI (American Refrigeration Institute). The IPLV is the average weighted value of the energy efficiency ratios (EER) at different operating conditions, weighted by the operating time. The heat load of a building depends on many factors, such as the outside air temperature, the exposure to the sun and its occupation. Consequently it is preferable to use the average energy efficiency, calculated at several operating points that are representative for the unit utilisation. IPLV (integrated part load value)
Load % 100 75 50 25 Air temperature C 35 26.7 18.3 12.8 Energy efficiency EER1 EER2 EER3 EER4 Operating time, % 1 42 45 12

IPLV = EER1 x 1% + EER2 x 42% + EER3 x 45% + EER4 x 12%


Note: Constant leaving water temperature = 6.7C

30XA 252-1702 Part load performances in accordance with ARI standard unit and high-efficiency/high-temperature unit
30XA IPLV 30XA IPLV kW/kW kW/kW 252 4 852 4.20 302 4 902 4.20 352 4 1002 4.20 402 4.20 1102 4.25 452 4.20 1202 4.25 502 4.40 1302 4.20 602 4.30 1352 4.20 702 4.30 1402 4.25 752 4.20 1502 4.25 802 4.20 1702 4.20

Electrical data notes 30XA 252-1002 units have a single power connection point located immediately upstream of the two main disconnect switches. 30XA 1102-1702 units have two power connection points located upstream of the main disconnect switches. The control box includes: - One main disconnect switch per circuit - Starter and motor protection devices for each compressor, the fans and the pump - Control devices Field connections: All connections to the system and the electrical installations must be in full accordance with all applicable local codes. The Carrier 30XA units are designed and built to ensure conformance with these codes. The recommendations of European standard EN 60 204-1 (corresponds to IEC 60204-1) (machine safety - electrical machine components - part 1: general regulations) are specifically taken into account, when designing the electrical equipment. Notes: Generally the recommendations of IEC 60364 are accepted as compliance with the requirements of the installation directives. Conformance with EN 60204 is the best means of ensuring compliance with the Machines Directive 1.5.1. Annex B of EN 60204-1 describes the electrical characteristics used for the operation of the machines.

1. The operating environment for the 30XA units is specified below: Environment* - Environment as classified in EN 60721 (corresponds to IEC 60721) : - outdoor installation* - ambient temperature range: minimum temperature -20C to +55C, class 4K4H* - altitude: lower than or equal to 2000 m - presence of hard solids, class 4S2 (no significant dust present) - presence of corrosive and polluting substances, class 4C2 (negligible) 2. Power supply frequency variation: 2 Hz. 3. The neutral (N) line must not be connected directly to the unit (if necessary use a transformer). 4. Overcurrent protection of the power supply conductors is not provided with the unit. 5. The factory-installed disconnect switch(es)/circuit breaker(s) is (are) of a type suitable for power interruption in accordance with EN 60947-3 (corresponds to IEC 60947-3). 6. The units are designed for simplified connection on TN(s) networks (IEC 60364). For IT networks derived currents may interfere with network monitoring elements, and it is recommended to create an IT type divider for the system units that require this and/or a TN type divider for Carrier units. Please consult the appropriate local organisations to define the monitoring and protection elements and carry out the electrical installation. NOTE: If particular aspects of an actual installation do not conform to the conditions described above, or if there are other conditions which should be considered, always contact your local Carrier representative. * The required protection level for this class is IP43B (according to reference document IEC 60529). All 30XA units are protected to IP44CW and fulfil this protection condition.

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Order No. 13450-20, 03.2006. Supersedes order New. Manufacturer reserves the right to change any product specifications without notice. The cover photo is solely for illustration purposes and not contractually binding.

Manufactured by: Carrier SCS, Montluel, France. Printed on Totally Chlorine Free Paper. Printed in the Netherlands.